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There are too many definitions of concealed to answer your question. In most states a firearm that is out of plain sight but accessible is considered concealed. Then you have to know what is your states definition of in plain sight and that can vary greatly. Take Moondawgs advice and check with your states attorney. Sadly most LEO's are not up on these laws and definitions so get it from the horses mouth.
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